Hisar Holiday Club
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... is because we laugh so much, releasing all those good endorphins - those happy hormones!!!! Thge weather has been gorgeous - 25 degrees so pleasant for travelling. Yesterday and today was warmer - 31 degrees! Ah, fantastic not to be sweating lke a horse like we did in India!!!!
Anyway guys all for now, its almost time for our supper = a nice SAUCY chicken dish made by Judy and Linda!!!!!
Love and miss you all. Keep smiling from the happy travellers
... omg, it was in the dirty smelly backstreets, filthy pool, scruffy sweating landlord and room not ready (fortunately as it happened.) A sign on the wall said " no washing to be done in your room, er what? Another sign said no food or drink to be taken to your room, strictly forbidden Well there was absolutely NO WAY we were staying here. Telling the leery landlord we were going for a ride around we beat a hasty retreat. Riding up past the spectacularTravertines ( ...
... luggage that is over the limit! Great weather and people, hotel much better than expected and a friendly, clean resort. Being here when the para gliding competition was on certainly added to it and it will take a lot to better the view of the lagoon, mountains and the brightly coloured paragliding chutes against a beautiful blue sky. Certainly would be up for a return visit - oh yes the company was pretty good too and haven't giggled so much in ...
... Republic. I was surprised by how small the cove actually was. I pictured thousands of troops crowding each other with their heavy, wet bags.
We visited the Australian and New Zealand memorials, as well as the Turkish memorial. It's easy to forget that the Turkish people visit this site too, and revere it just as much as the Anzacs. It was also cool to be traveling with a large group of Aussies and Kiwis and seeing how much it meant for them to travel there. ...
... so it was a truly memorable day all round.
At the last day of your stay was taken up with domestic chores including getting US dollars for the trip through Iran. Then this afternoon I went on a pedal-loo around the bay and had an encounter with a large turtle.
Having topped up the tan we move on to Olympos torrow for a stay in Treetops.